The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00246
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 27, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00246
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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r- CIcwistonites will welcome In the, Clewiston BRIGHT AS
'..,' boys 12.years' ,J.' of age.. or SUGARI
new year at a brilliant dance at the 'over are invited to attend the organization -
: : Clewiston Inn next Tuesday night, meeting of the Clewiston
: -; it Wilber D. Cole ACTIVITYGR.OWS
was announced by troop of Boy Scouts to be held to- .

of the local Post of the American night In .auditorium 'of the"Clew
To Farmer
--- Heavy Building Fails Should ,Be Keen
: Legion who said that the Legionnaires iston school, It was announced today '

t, :.: Arriving By Truck, Santa ( will sponsor the New Year's I Releive Acue Condition Studen Of Conditions by Frank Cothern who Is ac- Sugar Company Expansion

:: : Brings Cold Blast Eve dance. I Here. { To Be Success.' tive in Boy Scout work. ', Program Insures

Music will be furnished by the The movement which has the en-
From Frozen North As I i .
... Shawano orchestra from the Brown I Despite the steady construction I ti. BY C. J. GONTERMANSo dorsement of the Clewiston Post of Steadily Increa sing

'':f: { Bags Of Gifts Are Dis Peanut Farm west of Belle Glade. i[which, has marked : the }building tradein I much has been said, and written ;: the, American Legion has I met with' Prosperity Throughout

1': tributed.Bringing Despite the fact that many Clew- I aboul\ 'Everglades Farming" we, whole-hearted ,approval of the_ community
Y: Clewiston durIng the past year, \ Northern 'Everglades.
: ; Istonites were out of town for Christ are liable to relax and ,allow our .interest and it Is believedtthat steps : ..
this community; C :the :,'S'outl ern -
{r,, :- with him a cold blast mas there were more than 100 't to wane., On the I other hand. will be taken to form a bugle corps_ Having ,followed with keen interest
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guests at the Christmas night dance ,shore of Lake Okeechobee will find.: the farmer is confronted In the local Scout troop as as .
; Everglades
from frozen north boon
,;... Santa ,Claus .! ..' the ,activities of the Southern gar
1\::' ,,' arrived in Clewiston shortly after and an even larger attendance is itself'I passing Into .the 7', new year ,still I wit so mall l')' problems, that\ ,to stop. the organization Is completed. L'' company, In the northern Everglades.

i expected at, the New Year's eve, while1 even for the1 7' moment'may.. spell le- \
Z': : Tuesday night to greet Clewis facing a building shortage and ', ; '" during the past few years, 'residents

". ton kiddies and dispense them event. local estate have i[I feat. Reaching; one goal by,, vanquishing ,
: "- among real men. apPlica- of Clewlslon and other Lake Okee
}:3' several loads one problem should merely ,equip STEADY INCREASE'TELEP
bag of gifts which he
tions for homes and stores, 'there is chobee communities are looking .forward -
\ had picked up at the main offices of <,bus i the better to subdue another. to 1930' when it' Is belieed; a
not: home, apartment :or store tp
..,..; .., the Celotex company in Chicago. FLORIDA GROWTH i I I have noted during my few'y ars I MARKS OPERATION new high mark .for prosperity will
rent in the communltr.'I 1 I II
.W' The stop over at Chicago according ..,'1i.I!,experience in southern Florida that I be'reached.in.this section.

to Santa was made when he was in- DURING 1929 IS Construction during! .the. past year j :' there have: been many ]beginners. Men OF CO. Sugar cane, accepted as the basisof

formed bD.. G. Dahlberg, presIdentof Of* l- -; ,r"< 'whose aims were high, but :who had
has includedivai, ions types_ ofStruq: all prosperity hero during the pastyear
. of the Celotex company and the Sou- ,not the powder to pierce the armor 'to
SEE J IN REPORT tures from( filling" stations to homes,. is destined again play the
thern Sugar company that there were of opposition. One need: only look '
} Long Distance
: ServiceWith leading part in 1930 for: with the -
several bagloads of presents which apat'ments, office buildings and hotel to count the Innumerable -
: /aback a few years, New Lines Is of the 1930 grinding seasonin

I' ',: the sugar baron wished to be for- Burguieres Bulletin Re- barrack'" but with r the- ;steadily 'growing :I, failures in the Glades. However the next few weeks, Clewiston will

:,?" warded to the kiddies in the stigar fleets" Continued : population. the building, ", demand, !I 'this, world Is made up' of fall- Big Improvement.There be operating the largest single, unit
: belt in the northern Everglades. 'iires. started and never finished -
',. .' has continued to exceed the .supply sugar cane factory in the continental
"' Prosperity.Florida's trades begun and then) aban- is a greater number of long
;,._ While several hundred kiddies waited with the result that many, families : United States.,
anxiously, Santa having trans- ; Boned; education sorted, then distance telephone calls handled
'. Large payrolls have kept this community -
I ferred his presents to a truck arrived prosperity during the past I' whose heads, are working in Clewiston plopped; foundations<; :lnid..Jut build- I through the local exchange than there I I on the crest of the wave of

at the Civic Center park where the year is accurately reflected in the la- I I are !living in nearby communities i lugs never built; i evolutions, made, are in the average city of 6,000 population -i prosperity during 1029 and possibilk

Community Christmas tree had been test issue of the Buiguieres and Chip- around the lake while others have ,!but never kept. according to Wilber D. Cole of II :
tics for the future are even brighterwith
ley: Progress Pamphlet, compiled and their families in more distant cities the Clewiston Telephone company
fittingly decorated by the members of i I amsucceed thoroughly convinced l that to the harvesting of some 12,000
Bur- of Florida until homes who said that the volume
issued periodically by Jules Mv or apartmentsin not of businesshas
the Clewiston Woman's club and does
(; in :the Everglades acres of cane and the necessary additional -
guieres of West Palm Beach HIgh- Clewiston are avaiable. been steadily increasing since the
the harvesting
Legionnaires from mean simply.the planting and : help at the mill for the grinding
' lights in the latest issue are as follows new long distance service was inaugurated -
Clewiston. Post. Three new, homes::; completed in the |}; of cro \jNo, that was the old a'few ago.' I season, the volume of business

: : As the kiddies surged about the tree : Civic Center, section, this week are occupied ; method of farming,' and ''while it fed days both ,locally. ; and in the east coast
rA Movement of the Florida Citrus The increase in the telephone business
Santa, who was Ed Butler,' assistedby J>:y W. T. Marfield:, A. W. Smith ,humanity all down the ages:, it required I cities'.atfected by conditions in thenorthern
crop to market now is at its peak. is believed to be the result of
William Cecil Owen Dick C. Miller and Dr. B. A. Bourne, the first two a very great'percentage of the Everglades should continueto
During the past few days the com- better service made possible throughthe
and, Leonard S. Ames, dispensed the 'mentioned having lived at the Clew-'population to engage i n agricultural be heavy.; .
bined movement of oranges'and grape stringing of new lines direct to
presents while keeping the kiddies in iston Inn pending the completion of pursuits., The successful participant Another great stride mado in the
fruit has averaged well over 400, car- *<, I' West Palm Beach for the east coast 'I '
line were Sirs. Gus McGhee, Airs C. their homes while Dr. Hourne has today is he who can live up to the march o[ progress of the sugar belt
loads daily. Shipments to the Southern ',I and to Fort Myers for the West, coast.
W. McDonald, Mrs. Charles A: Jack- been renting a home temporarily. The i;Strenous demands .of civilization. He cities during the past year was the
States are particularly heavy. When service was first started in I
: u son and Mrs. William Cecil Owen. waiting list of prospective home rent- : must study Soil analysis Crop rotation : road building activity,, and, merchants: 1.
the Telephone exchange a
With thousands of presents to' be ers is a long one and several workers : Drainage, Farm Husbandry, in at least two east coast cities have I
few weeks arrangements for long
distributed In other cities as well as The progress made in breeding sugar have already spoken for the Bourne Punt disease. Marketing, Shipping noted the advantages of these good
distance phono calls, had not yet been
in Clewistnr' it was considered Im cane is evidenced from a report is home. i'atos, the Tariff, Weather'' conditions roads in increased sales., Wide well

practical fo)cal out names,'- and the sued in November 1929!) by the U. S.Depart1ueut ptc... ,He must_ be a student of the pastajrwelfas completed .but the company officials paved roads now lead to West Palm
_AnionjL Jtha ,niorote. .costly. .buildings,t' ; 0"' decided: l.o, InauRi irate. ..the local .ser-.-_1 .-
presents were:-distributed: ta_.groups --of',Agrlcukutr Office of' ?: : ; A : tho-iuture/-: <--7" -- 'Beach and down the coast to :Miami
have been completed duringthe Bice. The long distance facilities were
according to age, the younger tots Sugar Plantings, which treats of the which 1' This is the "factory age" in grow- Ii while action is expected in the near
homes of W. added a few weeks later.For .
last yeear are
., being fist.Following. ?- work done at Canal Point in Palm [ ing vegetables and means large investment future on construction of. a road direct
C. Hanson, Cleo A. Houze, W." T. Mar- the past several years Clewis-
his arrival in Civic Center Beach County, Florida, and Houma, I for scientific improvements I from the sugar belt to the lower
i l field A. Gus ton's only phone service was a bat
A. W. Smith, B. Bourne, I
Park, Santa also visited the negro : La. Initial tests at Canal Point were I to cut down the loss through hazards.I east coast either by way of the North
McGhee, Captain F. Deane Duff, the tery extension,;set for,, communication
I Lauderdale
children in Harlem. I made on 707 new seedling varieties New River canal to Fort
have been asked if ,I thought the, between the coplpany'ffices, and
bred at the sugar cane breeding sta- Shultz apartments, the Hopkins or down, the Miami cau'al direct to
I addition, the new Hotel Barracks, the installment of an overhead: irrigation there were but half a dozen long: distance -\
tion there, and 87 of them were seeded Miami ,
is '
Southern Sugar I system would pay. My, answer that phones In town. The only long '
offices of the company
for increase and further test East coast merchants who have
Celotex Exterior addition to the Clewiston Building If it pays to build and equip one acre distance line went to ,the Moore, Haven '' considerable business
ing. been enjoying
: Of Inn Is Covere'dWith Material company, the new laboratory of greenhouses at an approximate cost exchange so that it was.. r:, -.necessary n' ."' from the Clewiston section. will experience
I of $50,000. (there are, hundreds oft '
the Southern Sugar companyand (Please turn to page 4)
Stucco Coat Dredging ,of Port Everglades, a of ; acres of' greenhouses, devoted to :win l keener competition during

$6,000,000 project and one of the the post office ,and telephone ter vegetable raising iu the U. S.) the coming year with the completionof

After deepest harbors on the Atlantic Seaboard building. ( the new Sugarland highway direct
weathering more than three I certainly it will pay to accomplish the Sugar Magnate OfPOl.to'Rico

years of rain and wind in and Gulf Coast between Nor- Is from Clewiston to La ,Belle and Fortof
sweeping The shortage in apartments reflected same result by the erection, of an, Spends

from Lake Okeechobee the Celotex folk and New Orleans, was completed) in the fact that in every instance overhead irrigation system when it the state road department, is au-

exterior December 14th. Excavation work : Day In ClewistonCharles Myers. Robert W. Bentley, chairman
of the Clewiston Inn is now was; there have been more appli- can be constructed for, one fiftieththe

being, covered with stucco, and with started in ,192C!) and was financed by cants than apartments available, and cost. thority for the statement that this

the painting work scheduled to be completed the cities of Fort Lauderdale and rented G. Bancroft, president of coming year and that "work on the
as a rule new apartments were Of there are skepticists,
within the next few weeks, the Hollywood, Florida ; course : the Central Aguirre of Porto Rico and, work will be completed during the
before the buildings were well under I
those who question whether or an
i well known financier, accompanied ,by surfacing will be started as soon as
Inn will have a new coat with the be- I, and occupied before the interior
way overhead irrigation, system will save "
ginning of the new 'year. A detailed story of the Port of Palm Mrs. Bancroft, was a visitor in Clew- the Tamiarnl, Trail is completed.
work was finished., I frost but they need not be
Durability of the Celotex, a building Beach appeared recently in the Nauti- I crops from I I iston Thursday afternoon and Friday With the Trail work completed last
its possibilities on
board made from the tough fibre of cal Gazette. In 1928 its total tonnage In addition to the private construe- pessimistic as to morning spending several hours on week, it is expected that the road con-

increased HOn, the Clewiston temporary the south shore of Lake Okeechobee. ,tour of the 'sugar cane struction crews will be put on the
F. sugar cane, is seen in the fact that more than 50 per cent over company as a an inspection

?f::: the Inn''' with interior, and exterior' the preceding year. By January 1, 1930 relief measure' had constructed Skepticism has been tho'blood suckerof fields and the 4,000 to a day ClewIs- Sugarland highway within the next
since time immemorial. Cyrus '
construction of Celotex passed its tonnage for the current year will 20 houses in the west section of success ton factory of ,the Southern Sugar few weeks.

..a through both the 1926 and 192S storms have gained another 50 per cent over I the town. W. Field crossed, the Atlantic company. Leading north from the Sugar Bowl

and buildingsin 1928. I I Ocean fifty-one times to lay the first Arriving late Thursday 'afternoonMr. section a wide well paved road continues -
undamaged although no
Possibilities for' investors in new world
cable while the rest of
the Bancroft spent the afternoon visiting up the ridge section to Sebring
Clewiston damaged in
were buildings are also seen in the fact mocked, said it.could not be done, andif and
1929 storm, the Celotex Inn withstood Industrial opportunities in Florida the cane fields and after spending and notothe upper' West coast
that one anxious to locatein He fin-
stiff winds blowing in from Lake are striking-Florida imports 90 per it could, .the night at the Clewiston Inn the this route from Tampa and St. Peters-
Clewiston is pepared to sign a three 1868 and it
cable in
Okeechobee.The l cent of her supply of meats,and sends I ished laying the sugar man accompanied by P. G. Bishop burg to Miami is expected ,to compareIn
41 year lease at a good rental figure for : twenty-four
has not Trail
stucco is being applied over out of the state each year for grains, operating vice president of the popularity with. the Tamiami
a location here, while applications
the exterior sheeting of Celotex so hay and other feeds, the sum of $45- and hours since. Southern Suga rcompany visited the route.
for merchants
store from
that the insulating properties of tho 000,000. 65 per cent of the dairy prod space Shortly after the breaking of the, mill Friday morning., Leaving Clewis Despite the efforts made by out of
business of other sections of the
men ,
:l;; will lost. ucts consumed in Florida are imported Florida boom the skepticists said Dahl ton Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft drove to town merchants to get part of the
board be
state would than fill fair-sized
t from other states.of more a berg would never conquer the Everglades West Palm Beach and south to Miami. Please turn to page ,,4
office building.
but he has pushed steadily on

FT. LAUDERDALE SECRETARY SEES Hope for early solution of Clewls- giving employment to hundreds, of I OPERATIONS IN 4,000 TON
tons home, store and apartment short men and women and before INCIDENT

age problem is dimmed by the fact year passes will undoubtedly have :in II I

SUGAR AS BOON TO SOUTH FLORIDAEnthusiastic I that the program of the Southern Sugar operation the greatest industry in the A DAY MILL TOLD IN WORD PICTURE I

Florida. Fulton, McCormack,
I company is only getting well underway State of

and a population increase of several -I Whitney, Moore, Franklin, Langley f

Edison Ford-could these men have word of a detail to. the sugar mill where the whole
praise for the activities cane from the air when as one of thousands in Clewiston alone will An )interesting picture

of the Southern Sugar companyin the representatives of Fort Lauderdale be necessary to ,supply the personnel.In succeeded if they had listened to the of the work in the new 4,000 tona operation, of the equipment! dependedupon

in northern Everglades was expressed .he participated :In the aircade skepticist, the men who say it .can't day factory; of the Southern Sugar the faithful work of the big
addition to this fact, the grind- Keller. Helen heady for,.their first life-giv
Helen written ex
be done? Look at Clewiston was pumps.
here by W. T. Eller, secretary from Clewiston to Miami: recently Mr.EneI' Company\ 1t ;
Ing season in the new 4,000 ton a day Keller, deaf, dumb and blind,sinco she elusively for the Clewiston News by lag, shock) of electricity stood, the_
: of the Fort Lauderdale chamber was anxious to make an auto- .. -
Clewiston factory of the Southern baby. She has enough diplomasto : M.:" Wright of the engineering great driving motors,. fed by wires as
'of commerce who with L. R. Powell, mobile tour of the section. was a Frank- ?

president of the Fort Lauderdale I "Clewlston's future," said the Fort Sugar company with the accompanying paper the averagehome.?' ; )'department of .the. Southern Sugar as thick, as,a man's thigh.

influx ofworkers both for workat of "Prime her!'," ,comes. jtho! ,word, and,
chamber spent a day on a visit to the Lauderdale secretary, "is definitely assured I have farmed all around the south .compatlY.; The, story:, an account : ;
the mill'and in the fields will cause, steam is started, to create. .
of the in a jet of ,, :
Lake Okeechobee farmed the the starting of some pumps
lake section. for with the sugar cane indus- rim of ,
& the house shortage condition to be- within/the casing of.the, eat
L Arriving in Clewiston shortly be- try launched on such an :imposing raw saw grass muck,- the 'sand mixed the, sugar.' mill"is as follows. :, v vacuum ,
come more acute within the next few I' ,and suck yater, ,to Hpr 1cfFffiIlthe
fore noon Tuesday the Fort Lauderdale scale, it does not require much of an muck, and the custard apple muck. Ihave BY FRANK 'M." WRIGHT. pump + ,
I weeks. I Ti 1.as man- ''s, head, the great pit below., ,4ffllth! fJ h nID{ :}!l
t men spent some time in Clewis Imagination to sec Clewiston as a raised crops to maturity only to .. ,
i dash of Bteam, ,, np',. .;;1-tcFli trRm 1 tko ,
)' ton inspecting the new 4,000 ton a thriving Industrial center. For several Those who have studied the situation see them wiped out ,by ,flood, 'drought, i pumps' lay, there sleek In their gray ) ; : w :
polished steel. pipe ,,all, l f 9'm ,W.p {p tantjy\ } jj,-p
V day sugar mill. Since they had traveled miles on either side of the road as we carefully hold that the activitiesof hail, wind, frost, disease, pests', etc., paint and shining, I

i. for almost 19 miles through the approached Clewiston from the east, the sugar company have been ex and I am convinced that I'd be a lit Wide. .as the average, ,,road, and twice men-wit ,',{th.91. \ttn.MH,4! : !ImJ1gf

sugar can fields on their trip here dense sugar cane was growing luxuriantly ,panded at such a rapid rate that con, subject for a sanitarium were ::1 'to "as -long. as wide. with their.'. ,driving. bQrnm: .c ante ; is onpgehq omWd f

r they did not visit the cane fields west ., and as we continued our trip struction has been unable to keep I continue to spcnd''my time and money _vil1o'fors, they" awaited-. '.installation.'I' ( t Ono ? upllne\u4lpRcitit'P.wL 1\\1 ge 1qrq 3

.{., of Clewiston in the Moore Haven sec- across the northern; Everglades the pace with the result that Clewiaton, I farming in the Everglades without one; side r' ,, piping" as big u'-as a lIt''barrel., led': ,-:-'>>"1RJ'. a t 1v11.d.Jlt rtl:p.an.I s thj j fihWt- {

, tion. smoke stack and then the giant 4,000 will enter the new year still facing a I attempting- to 'eliminate some of(its ,down, Into lP'} it p.RF, '!ater4on!h the,,p tli?| ing tart th ,'Hm JhPD.d!JPr.\hemne: I I I

{: Having seen the thousands of acres (Please turn to page 4) ,, serious house shdttnge' condition. (Please turn:Ito' pPage ) ; er'i stele piping just a' large led up In- Pleas s turn' to page 2) II I

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The Clewiston News vegetables has grown with such rapidity liss engine has died out. Over therea I ,

Successor to The Clewiston Progress and to such stupendous amounts match flares. In a moment an oil :. : -

Entered as second-class matter }February 8, 1928 at the post office at that with the ever soaring prices one lantern sheds a luminous circle. A

Clewiston, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. can afford to protect his crops against I J group of men gathers around the litI -

loss. I tie dynamo and picks up the belt that CROW BROTHERS

LOUIS A. MORGAN ...................................:........................ Publisher/ : I And so, I see a great future for the has slipped off Its pulley. Silently _

TOM SMITH ....,..........7...,................ ........................................ EJitOl r Everglades. I think of its vastness, of they pull the leather belt toward Its '
"I the Immensity of the fields of cane place, and stretch it' over the pulley. CONTRACTORS I a 1
Subscription I and vegetables which will be grown :|' The gleamisg lantern held high at "i

By ,mail outside of Florida By mail! in Florida there in years to come. As I stand on arm's- length casts 'grotesque( silhouettes Clewiston

One year $2.50 One year $2.00 I I I my property at Seminole Fams, six I II I on floor and wall. Unreal creatures .- Fla.

Six months 1-50 Six months LOO I miles east of Clewiston, and look upon of the shadow world skitter 1

Three months 1.25 Three months t JT5 Lake Okeechobee, the good giant. I I across the floor. Eerie arms reach
the father of that rich and fertile .. from nowhere Into nothing. Lined faces -
prairie stretching off to the south and I I firm In the yellow glow as taut I,
1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation.
whose only limit seems to be the diS- muscles push home the belt.
2. Early completion of the higrways; for local transportation and concentration .
tant horizon. I yield to the impulseof In a moment tho throttle of the '

of products. endeavor, possessed by the desireto steam engine Is being opened. WIll. CLEWISTON CAFE
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and .
build there the most scientific gar- ISH WHI-ISH, PFSST-PFSST, BOOM .. '
other, products of this region to the northern markets. x
den in America. POM-BOMPbM-and: the lights sud-
4. The full functioning of a cooperative marketing association for both, THE ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN GREATER
Lake Okeechobee but im-
denly go up as the generator once .
buying and selling purposes. I mense, rolling countless like CLEWISTON
waves more goes back on the line. Soon the

"" FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1929 the ocean, and so broad, so vast, that dispersed crowd Is back at the big :,OPEN FROM 5 A. M. TO 1 A. M.

one cannot see the distant shore. It pumps. Down goes the starting lever

THOSE MIAMI GO-GETTERS is there, the feathered wading birds and with a WHIRR the life-giving ,, ; We serve only the best the market affords

and ,songsters and flotillas of hugh water starts up Into the mill. : ,'-'., REGULAR DINNERS-SHORT ORDERS _

Members of civic associations in Florida who find the progress of their bass roam at their ease. ,', : 'I

Lake Okeechobee has his tempest OYSTERS A
.,, organizations sluggish would do well to spend a few days in Miami and ob-, too, but he has his delightful nights, j 666Is SPECIALTY

serve carefully the activities of the Miami Chamber of commerce and the ,his warm refreshing winter nights, -'-'
I a Prescription for Home Made Pies
when, and quiet descends the
Junior chamber of commerce, for in both of these groups are men who area pease COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE, '
throbbing neighborhood. -:" LIt BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA.It : x .n/otj your Sunday Chicken Dinner At
credit not only to the two organizations but to the entire city. is he who for centuries has over-
(Is the most speedy remedy known. The Clewiston Cafe The Home, Good
Outstanding in the chamber are Alexander Orr, Jr., president and Dale flowed that great prairie to the south -. of Coffee.

. ever leaving it rich, pregnant, as it
James, secretary while In the junior chamber Hugh Williams, president and -
were with vegetation. Hundreds of

Jack Rice stand out as the moving spirits in a great organization.The thousands of car loads of cane, fruits r tified o

two groups are by; no means competitors but work in close ;cooperation 'and vegetables will be raised there

when cultivation is practised and leanli
for the general good of the city and their methods, were perhaps. best
I. ,
t. science is applied vor its entire ex HERALD AND UNITED TRUCK LINES
in Miami recently. / IwO
shown on Everglades Day pans. y 0 ..
Advised that the first aircade would fly from Clewiston to Miami,' ,\Ir. Orr As I look back at my ancestors,

those sturdy pioneers who settled on G Overnight service from r
and Mr. James immediately fell in with the plan and readly, agreed to sendt
the. Western prairies, I see their .
othe lake section the Goodyear Blimp "Defender" and on arrival of the air- '
achievements recorded only in
Tampa Miami and West Palm Beach I
caders everything was arranged so that the 40 or 50 aviators stepped from portion to their,effort, and their abillty. .I .OURWOfcK DONE RIGHT AT ,

their planes into waiting imousines and were carried to the hotel. .' J 1 THE CLEWISTON To Clewiston. i I
And so, tomorrow, the Everglades
For the visiting pilots and the Everglades beauties in the "Plane of Pul-
will belong to the workers 1, those pioneers LAUNDRY CO. !

chritude" the junior chamber in the person of :Jack Rice immediately became who were bold enough to fight EXPRESS SERVICE A T FREIGHT RATES I
Your clothes will be sterilized as ..
the hazards, each carving for himselfa
active and though the "plane of pulchritude" was in a, way a surprise, to the,II well as properly washed and ironed.
domain proportion: to the effort'
Miamians, they rose to the occasion, and less than an hour alter the Ever-, and I abflity) of the individual. Really there is a great deal less wear
glades beauties arrived in the coast city, Mr. Rice acting for the junior, chamber I and tear in this modern laundry way .f BAKERS SERVICE STATION 7
than in washing at home. Y.
had arranged an evening of entertainment which will long be a topic of OPERATIONS INCIDENT L .

IN 4,000 TON MILL Local RepresentativeHERALD
conversation in the lake communities., -. CLEWIS TONLAUNDRY I

Ambitious in his plans for the evening and untiring in his energy, the junior (Continued from page 1)) inc.ELPASOAVE.&SANBONITAST.. 615-19 Platt St. r'c ',. 391 N. W. 24th Street j

chamber of commerce representative on learning that seven Everglades ; TAMPA, FLA. '" ,':-< MIAMI, FLA. ,
I ahead of the hissing steam. Quickly 4, PHONE 21011

beauties were honoring Miami with their presence, made hurried telephone I'I the steam ,is returned to its work of CLEWISTON FLORJDA

calls, consulted with hotel, theatre and night club managers and shortly later i r priming the big pump. Soon the pupmis 4jour Snow ire Laundry

% filled with water and to
announced the completed plans for the evening. Even the matter ,of trans ., ready .'_...10."' _- -- --- -
start. I

portation was arranged in. the shape of a 30 passenger white, bus_ of The "Give her the juice"-and an elec ---I

Florida Motor Lines. trician throws the starting switch of

the great motor. Slowly, then gradually ,-. .' .' __ -' ,- '" ., ,,:. 0 ,. '. .,,' ,, ,. 1.....'<: :.,.. -.1.. .''.. '" .' .. ." i ir. O
While Mr. Rice end V
deserves unstinted praise for his hospitality, no small -
faster the shining steel shaft of the '
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of credit is due the managers for their thorough cooperation. Among these motor and pump begins to revolve. 'H?'?; : F:'} '" : ';;: ',;" '., ,<" :'): .: '; : ', '. '. :; :'.'" \

On the electric meter above the '"
are the manager of the Fairfax theatre the manager of the Coral Gables ; :: ::; / .
\ switch a pointer swings nervously / :
Country club, and the manager of the Alcazar Hotel roof, as well as the r .. "
clear across the dial and is stoppedby : : '
< '; . management of the Everglades hotel, where the Evergladers were guests for I the pin at the end of'the figures. ;. .

the nigli and also entertained at luxurious banquet. Suddenly it flops back to zero. The, ;: ; ; '.
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Clewistonites and residents of the entire Everglades section must feel dying lights blink the mill into total ; C: :: f'' : ,i: .; : ), f. < : ::, .; : > {<1J : ,:' 1 "

proud of the honor conferred on them by Miamians and Miami surely must I,darkness. Men run here-hurry there ,,".. ,.-
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be proud of their chamber of commerce and junior chamber of commerce I something has happened.- } i".q: : : :, :':

'.'Over in the power house a belt has .- ',
when the membership includes such tireless go-getters as the above-men slipped off a pulley. The little dynamo ,.

tioned.CLADES'. that furnishes the magnetism for the :
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coils of the giant generator has lost r .

its motive power. The giant generator r t ::. '-." :-- :'_'
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rate hours without labor or attention. ,. ,
is powerless. The steady BOOMPOM- .
SCIENCE |I The water is turned on as the temperature J ,, ..' ..' II ,
BOMPOM of the massive Cor- "
driving .
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drops and is ; .c ,,, ;, '
kept spraying un- \ '

(Continued from page 1)) I til the temperature again rises beyond I I II -- I I : :, ,. <: <. : '" ,
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the danger point. In many instances
hazards I i\
a light coating of ice may cover the
Science has taught us that water entire field I THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN YOU WILL ENJOY RECEIVING ,
by cpntinuiug the
table can maintained in the Northern
spraying it will gradually melt the ice II
Everglades This being true an leaving the plants in a healthy nor- DR. J. C. NOWLINGHopkins

efficient the pumping losses caused system by will too eliminate muchor mal condition. Aside from acting as a I Building, HOME OVER ONE OF OUR .

frost preventative the overhead spray \

too little water and the only other FLORIDA .. .. . ',, \
ing has many other advantages: ((1st) CLEWISTON ...:' ', ,'., '' : .... '. '; .

real secrets.once Jack hazard was Frost With for is is the science frost.not advent the has adversary of solved the radio his he, ,quali-ty fer It will abe increase prices.) ((3d the) quantity It will produce in, pro- - --- - .- I II >i' 4i\L' 1 :;:,.:,>;:aZ: }: ;':. : !', ; : .. '' : t,,.)

the grower is informed as to the I ::' ; :
( crops from one to three weeks quicker i : ; :

weather conditions which are likelyto ( than competitors who do not have I ii : ," RCIiRADIO ; I
culminate in cold : :. "' "ii : -
snaps, jeopardizing the system. ((4th) It does not 'I : ; : : ;
pack : : ;
vegetable production. I(crack, bakes or sour the ground. ((5th) | J. W. EZELLE, D. D. S. :t >. :
Many methods of frosts (Dentist) .
It kills "red II I| '
spiders, controls thrips /:
have been tried but in most cases I I and other parasites and fungus dls- [ X-RAY LABORATORY I >> ASK ABOUT OUR PAYMENT PLANS. :

have proven either too expensive or ) .
ease. ((6th) furnishes 3600 gallons of : ..
imjtitcient in cases of heavy frost or I +: '
water per hiur per acre and is eco Hopkins Bldg.Clewiston. ',\Jr: "
light freezes. The outstanding methods nomically operated. I :"; :

practiced 'are probably those of Northern ; Fla. T. t
Everglades lands are es- ,I I
adding or conserving heat by use of
sentially agricultural.
Their natural
smudges; mixing or stirring the air fertility, adaptability to a. large variety 1 ':=: =: : : : = :; ;: '

by use of electric fans; flooding of crops, responsiveness to cul- ;l. CLEWISTON. BUILDING! MATERIAL COMPANY ,

crops by means of a system of can -. :
tivation, economy of preparation, fertilization
als; covering with cloth, tin cans, BE INSURANCE .
u location etc.. and the high '. '\0,:. i ;
boxes, etc,; temporarily blanketing -
legree :
Immunity from freezing .
small crops by plowing a furrow between '.,..
temperatures, makes these lanls especially MINDED .J'r
the rows thus covering the I
valuable for
plants with soil. !
dening. So. States I. .
However, by the use of overhead ACCIDENT &. I

irrigation, vegetables can be saved I "Preaching: of the need of vita. Mutual HEALTH ;, .,,, ,,= -" ; .
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mines has increased the demand for >" ,
from frost or light freezing. There is I fresh vegetables" Paul Work, Pro- AUTO American ., ; ., :,. ;<
f no guessing when you have an overhead fessorof FIRE & STORM ,

irrigation system. It gives you : nell Vegetable Gardening at Cor American New Jersey. : : I ::" :: f
University, told the
1929 Convention
artificial: rainfall at the proper time !-

and will absolutely prevent frost and eight of Vegetable Growers that the' jaisaqooa aujjew 'wjj: *SSBW .

keep the plants in a healthy growing 50 percent years increase ended with In American 1928, saw car.a' S. W. POWELLInsuranec 1 I I'I'I

condition. Bthe use of automatic I I II
lot movements to' I' < I II
587,000, '

water pressure oscillators It will ope- The Increased demand cars.for winter \.' Agent Pahokee.. Fla.City Hall) BJdg. ..I I .' ..:' :

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I By The Wa.Hav You Heard? -'c ---- -, (I I.- .
I Official A., C. L. Railroad watch inspectorM. '",
A. B.r Heartfly, Mr. ; STEADY INCREASE L '
Whltcombe .and Mr. and I .. MARKS OPERATION P. BOGGS I : j'

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(Continued from Page 1)) JEWELER -". .
spent Christmas Day in "I ; o(

Mr. and. Mrs. R E. : in phoning to the east coast to have. Expert Watch, Clock_ & Jewelry RepairsClewiston NEWLYWEDS ALWAYS MAKE ".: 'l>
the call put through: Moore Haven
Morris and Mrs. Nellie Jacksonville a"nd back down the east Florida Hays B'ld'g. OUR HOTEL
Tuesday in West Palm THEIR HOME
coast to the desired exchanged. Under '
shopping tour. the present arrangement there is a -
direct line to West Palm Beach Which .
Mr. and Mrs. John -
makes communication[ between the -
In Christmas Daytona.with Mrs. ; two points almost as rapid as local ;' A right start in life with proper cooked fod' !

Mr. and Mrs. Roy phone In yiew calls.of the steadily increasing ELEC/RlC. WORK THAT PAYS 'BIG DIVIDENDS iN. Keeps the family in good humor J
children accompanied by business and because of the fact that ..:- SAFETY AND COMFORT. I 1 ,'. '

Miner the majority. of the, long distance i
spent ; l I
Dunaway's parents in phone calls are to east coast exchanges "Don't Strike a Match\ -Press a Button. What. more could a young l couple I desire.' jin r
plans are now under way for .:J I
Mathis is running more lines to the West Palm ** starting off life? / /
A. D. CANTRELL ::/')
vacation in Georgia. Beach exchange and it Is expected I COMPANY ., .
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,... {. that within the next few weeks there Clewiston Fla. Phone Conn. I i: j i,1 f, !, I
James Shoesmith spent will be three long distance. lines to t : "

:. at Daytona Beach. : the east coast city. :I "DON'T PUT YOUR WIFE IN THE KI1 H'c -

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C. S. Ramsay is spending 1930 PROSPECTS BRIGHT I :WlATANABE AND

bias holidays with his AS ACTIVITY CROWS I.L
,York. i! : : PURE MILK ., ':: ': KEEP HER FOR A PET.''] i !

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Mrs. _A. _S. Molter. who :' I ,

crated a drug store in I through Clewiston their.business progressiveness local merchants have I'': "I' ,You are always safe when you buy. .
here on business Thursdat. ) ,
---5.. also enjoyed prosperity according to, 'I ICecil' OUR PURE GUERNSEY MILK THE W A TAN A B E HOT K i t -::1
Mr. and Mrs. Louis 'A. V. Parkinson, president of the : y
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tored to West Palm Beach Clewiston Better Business League I
\.. --- who''.said that check-up showed a Clewistonites realize this, therefore, we havebeen MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS'., Manager.. I

Mr. and Mis.-W. D. brisk business during the past few : forced to purchase additional cows to ".. .' .' ; ,
bus, Ga., arrived in months. This upward trend in local : f supply the demand. i :

day morning to spend a business toward the end of the year I __ ,.
with their son and was credited to a buy-at-home cam- -

Mr. and Mrs. J. N. White paign successfully conducted by the CLEWISTON! DAIRY .
the trip with their son local merchants' association.

iu-law who spent the From the advent of the B. G. Dahl-
interests to this section when -" ,- .
day in Georgia. berg '
first steps were taken to transform :: :::::: : :: -:: : :: ::::: : -=-: := ::::: .:.=:.: =:,,::::,::= : =::::::: :: =.:.=.:.:.:. : :: \ \

Success crowned the the northern Everglades from a spectral ; I

members of the Clewiston I waste into a new sugar bowl for .
club at the Christmas America, the wave of posperity has METROPOLITAN SERVICE j '"
sponsored by: them at the been assuming greater proportions .

Inn when more Ulan 100 each year and since the program of READY .... : :: IN AN j
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Clewiston and neighboring the Southern Sugar calls / .6
ties were present. Music for continued and increasing company activity, '.i .r'. "*,",." .- .." : \" :".,'\. .-f. .:,-'.,. ,* :: EVERGLADES SETTING1 i I'' ,' ''
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nished by the Shawano residents of the northern Everglades. : ',". ..;, <. I ..
'. Brown farm and the while not expecting to reach'the peak ....of. A:. ..Money deposited in the ':;:,,''t, ,, .;" l I

sidered one of the most this fear'are looking confidently to .. <'. ; MAKE\ THE CLEWISTON INN YOUR HIDQUAR-
cial events in loca history. 1930 as the biggest year. in the Ever-. '. t
Heading the committee glades. FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON :/ / TERS WHILE IN THE SUGAR BELT. ,:

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ments was :Mrs. William '
ably assisted by Mrs. FT. LAUDERDALE MAN ,' ill always be ready when,you call -- --

art and Mrs. James E. SEES SUGAR AS BOON. forlt! ....: THE: !
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9:30'I i "* Our facilities and :; .' :. FLCIDA
children spent the ton a day mill was outlined against banking policy as- .< .. ,
Morgan's relatives in Fort the horizon. ,";.! -; stires'-you fult"profe tion'at all times. .' :. '.>' !

"Thinking people of Fort Lauderdale 'I .' J' :
Miss Katherine Ames are watching the activities of -
You need not worry over your valuables ;;
York where is the Dahlberg Sugar Cane Industries
New she a
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Columbia University, to with keen interest and as lye have when deposited with us. 1 ". -... -. (
holiday with he parents completed our harbor project at Port : .
William G. Ames. Everglades, we should have very SAFE : : : _.. .. :-. .. I

much in common in the very near fu II E'I< ; :: : : : '::" : '<> i, ;"'. : ', :' i<" : ; .. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. ture. Clewiston with the largest single t.: .,' :f i '. J'.r.: .. .-:. .,?,:J.',._"*:,:"_, .'" .> ,. ':1./";<.'!\iJ'-, ,,:! '...,........., roo
Earl and Richard unit cane factory in the continental ; "" :'' '

fom Columbu, Ga. where United States, and Fort Lauderdale II FifiST BANK OF CLEWISTON ,. ./ : "f"I .
Christmas holiday.Mr. with the deepest harbor south of Norfolk .:-;.: ......' .", '....,.,.. ,"..:.. ..;. ', .,. ..- ,....... .. >.. '.. ... ,.r ,/,!.,
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and :Mrs. Wilson S. for the general good of South I <. : ,\/> -r. -':;'. "I .

daughter Margie spent I Florida." .. ....... '..' :
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